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Wyatt Wise, a native of Conway, SC, is no stranger to the outdoors and the love and conservation of the beauties of the Southeastern region. His growing up near the banks of the Waccamaw River, along with his proclivity for exploring the rural landscapes in and around Horry County, has prompted a deep respect for the intricacies of the area. Throughout his life, he has embraced every opportunity to relish his riverside roots, following those country roads and discovering the secret hideaways they lead to.
It’s not uncommon to find Wyatt wading through the Rice Fields of Georgetown County duck hunting, perched on a ridge in North Conway squirrel hunting, in the middle of Lake Waccamaw catching white perch and anywhere in between, depending on the season. However, when the moon is directly overhead or underfoot, Wyatt’s passion is hunting whitetail and, ultimately, he thrives on prepping for the hunt as much as pulling the trigger.
As any true outdoorsman knows, helping others succeed is just as much a part of the mentality as scoping out prime hunting locations. Wyatt feels enriched and completely in his element when he is consulting others how to best manage their land or simply helping fellow enthusiasts set up the perfect deer stand.
Wyatt attended Horry Georgetown Technical College where he studied Wildlife Management before transferring to Coastal Carolina University to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with emphasis on Environmental and Natural Resource Management. For the past ten years, he has been fulfilled in his role as Executive Director of a non-profit 80-bed assisted living facility. Wyatt’s professional experiences have afforded him a vast amount of contacts and a broad, and certainly unique, knowledge base.
Whether you are looking for a small recreational parcel, large investment tract or that perfect home site, he will strive to make your visions a reality.
Wyatt resides in Conway, SC with his wife of ten years, Dawn, and three children: Cora, Henry and Harrison. If he isn’t in his office, you’ll know he is, most likely, hot on the trail finding the ideal location for your next investment.